Here's a 15-minute fragment from the daytime TV series "The Bob Crosby Show". I don't know if the complete episode survives. This fragment includes some music, a beautiful live TV blooper involving the music, and a couple commercials for TV dinners. Topics: Classic TV, Television, 1950s, 50s, Fifties, The Bob Crosby Show, Bob Crosby, Blooper, Bloopers
The guest stars are singer Dorothy Shay, the "Park Avenue Hillbilly" and musician Frank Remley. Bob Crosby walks on stage in the middle of one of Jack's monologue jokes and proceeds to sing "I'm Sending You a Big Bouquet of Roses". Then, Don Wilson interrupts to apologize for being late. Mel Blanc, the taxi driver who brought Wilson to the studio, brings in the briefcase he left behind. Jack is shocked when Don tips him a five! Dorothy Shay sings "Beverly Hills".... ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Jack Benny, Dorothy Shay, Frank Remley, Bob Crosby, Don Wilson, Mel Blanc
Appearing with Bob Crosby on this daytime show from May 2, 1955 are: The Modernaires with Paula Kelly, Joanie O'Brien, Carol Richards, Jack Narz and The Bob-Cats. Guest: Johnny Mercer ( 1 reviews ) Topics: Classic TV, CBS, 1950's Television, Live Television, Kinescope, Bob Crosby, Johnny Mercer, Betty...
Jack's monologue is interrupted by Bob Crosby, who's upset that his song was cut from the show, and by Don, who's angry that he's not a part of this week's commercial. In the sketch, officers haul "Baby Face" Bogart into the police station. He tells Detective Benny he knows nothing about the murder of Blinky Mason. Benny tries to get rough but Bogart keeps slapping him back. During the interrogation, "Baby Face" launches into the Lucky Strike commercial and sings their... Topics: Jack Benny, Bob Crosby, Don Wilson, Humphrey Bogart, Sara Berner, Benny Rubin